Highest and Lowest Rated Baltimore Ravens Week Five
By Brett Foote
Oct 5, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (12) shakes hands after the game with Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco (5) at Lucas Oil Stadium. Indianapolis defeats Baltimore 28-13. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
Four games into the season, some were speculating that the Ravens could be a dark horse Super Bowl contender. Week five’s loss to the Colts tempers expectations a bit, but this is still a good team that can compete. And let’s not forget, the Colts are pretty darn good themselves.
With a loss in week four, the Ravens fall to 3-2 but keep pace with the first place Bengals, who themselves lost to fall to 3-1. Losing to the Colts snapped a three game winning streak for the Ravens as they hit the road for three of their next four games. Capping that road trip are rematches against both the Bengals and the Steelers in what should be pivotal divisional matchups.
As we do every week, we take a look at the players who are contributing to the team’s successes, as well as those who have actually hurt the team, in our weekly segment devoted to the players who have the highest and lowest ratings from the stats gurus at Pro Football Focus.
Based on those stats, here are our highest and lowest rated Baltimore Ravens players through five weeks of NFL action. Click through to see them all.
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